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Agricultural Marketing Act (Northern Ireland) 1964

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F2N.I.Financial Provisions

20Provisions as to expenses of the Ministry, licence fees and guarantees.N.I.

(1)Any expenses incurred by the Ministry in respect of—

(a)the conduct of any elections of members of a board; or

(b)the compilation of lists of the names and addresses of producers of a regulated product; or

(c)the employment of any officer of the Ministry by a board on inspections for securing compliance with a scheme or otherwise for the purposes of this Act; or

(d)the execution of an order under this Act for removing any difficulty arising in the bringing into operation of any provision of a scheme;

shall, to such amount as may be certified by the Ministry with the approval of the Ministry of Finance, be paid to the Ministry by the board concerned, and all sums so received by the Ministry shall be paid to the Exchequer.

(2)All sums received by the Ministry in respect of licence fees payable under regulations made under section 17 shall be paid to the Exchequer.

(3)Such sums as may from time to time be required by the Ministry of Finance for fulfilling any guarantees given under section 11(5) shall be a charge on and payable out of the Consolidated Fund and for that purpose the Ministry of Finance may borrow money. All sums received by the Ministry of Finance from time to time in or towards repayment of any sum paid by the said Ministry under a guarantee shall be paid to the Exchequer.

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